Betting On Hull Online

After being promoted at the end of the 2015/16 season, Hull City will have to get used to playing Championshp soccer again in 2017-18 after being relegated from the Premier League. Hull made a valiant attempt to remain in the top division but ran out of gas in the latter stages of the 2016-17 season and lost too many crucial games. They’ll have all sots of difficulties returning to the Premier League. Only time will tell if the Tigers can gain promotion once again.  [+]

Hull have been promoted and relegated numerous times in the club’s history. They stayed in the Premier League by the skin of their teeth in the 2008/09 campaign, finishing 17th, before being relegated the following season.

Hull were promoted again for the 2013/14 season. They finished 16th – their best Premier League finish – before finishing 18th the following season, a position that relegated them back to the Championship.

Now back in the Championship, Hull have a dogged challenge on their hands. Can they make it back to the top flight yet again? 

Hulll Next Regular Season Game

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Championship - Regular
Sunday 05 May
Bristol C.
Hull

Bristol City @ Hull

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Hulll Game Schedule

It’s always beneficial to study and know a team’s game schedule. It provides an opportunity to plan for the future, ensuring your betting strategy is in place well in advance.  

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Competitions Away Score Home Money Line
August 2018 (7)
Mon 6 Reg. MD1 Aston Villa 3 - 1 Hull +146 +221
Sat 11 Reg. MD2 Hull 1 - 1 Shef.Wedn. +204 +152
Tue 14 Hull 1 - 1 Sheffield United +440 -145
Sat 18 Reg. MD3 Blackburn 1 - 0 Hull +209 +154
Tue 21 Reg. MD4 Hull 3 - 2 Rotherham +156 +197
Sat 25 Reg. MD5 Hull 0 - 2 Stoke +351 -103
Tue 28 Derby 4 - 0 Hull +110 +253
September 2018 (5)
Sat 1 Reg. MD6 Derby 2 - 1 Hull +140 +226
Sat 15 Reg. MD7 Ipswich 0 - 2 Hull +233 +144
Tue 18 Reg. MD8 Hull 1 - 2 Wigan +310 -106
Sat 22 Reg. MD9 Hull 0 - 3 Reading +203 +155
Sat 29 Reg. MD10 Middlesbrough 1 - 1 Hull +142 +238
October 2018 (5)
Tue 2 Reg. MD11 Leeds 1 - 0 Hull +119 +250
Sat 6 Reg. MD12 Hull 0 - 1 Sheffield United +574 -182
Sat 20 Reg. MD13 Preston 1 - 1 Hull +194 +166
Wed 24 Reg. MD14 Hull 0 - 1 Bristol C. +364 -110
Sat 27 Reg. MD15 Hull 1 - 0 Bolton +162 +207
November 2018 (4)
Sat 3 Reg. MD16 West Bromwich 0 - 1 Hull +134 +218
Sat 10 Reg. MD17 Hull 3 - 3 Birmingham +265 +131
Sat 24 Reg. MD18 Nottingham 2 - 0 Hull +195 +160
Tue 27 Reg. MD19 Norwich 0 - 0 Hull +117 +267
December 2018 (6)
Sat 1 Reg. MD20 Hull 3 - 2 QPR +338 +100
Sat 8 Reg. MD21 Hull 2 - 2 Millwall +273 +116
Sat 15 Reg. MD22 Brentford 0 - 2 Hull
Sat 22 Reg. MD23 Swansea 2 - 3 Hull +170 +190
Wed 26 Reg. MD24 Hull 2 - 1 Preston +265 +126
Sat 29 Reg. MD25 Hull 2 - 0 Leeds +628 -200
January 2019 (5)
Tue 1 Reg. MD26 Bolton 0 - 6 Hull +390 -106
Sun 6 FS R3 Hull 1 - 2 Millwall +313 -102
Sat 12 Reg. MD27 Shef.Wedn. 0 - 3 Hull +258 +130
Sat 19 Reg. MD28 Hull 2 - 2 Aston Villa +300 +104
Sat 26 Reg. MD29 Hull 0 - 3 Blackburn +209 +148
February 2019 (5)
Sat 2 Reg. MD30 Stoke 0 - 2 Hull +176 +182
Sat 9 Reg. MD31 Hull 0 - 2 Derby +259 +117
Tue 12 Reg. MD32 Rotherham 2 - 2 Hull +462 -133
Sat 23 Reg. MD34 Hull 1 - 5 Brentford +363 -127
Tue 26 Reg. MD33 Millwall 1 - 2 Hull +244 +141
March 2019 (5)
Sat 2 Reg. MD35 Birmingham 0 - 2 Hull +217 +151
Sat 9 Reg. MD36 Hull 0 - 3 Nottingham +241 +130
Wed 13 Reg. MD37 Hull 2 - 3 Norwich +528 -189
Sat 16 Reg. MD38 QPR 2 - 2 Hull +256 +120
Sat 30 Reg. MD39 Hull 2 - 0 Ipswich +143 +215
April 2019 (6)
Sat 6 Reg. MD40 Reading 1 - 3 Hull +320 -102
Wed 10 Reg. MD41 Wigan 1 - 2 Hull +277 +107
Sat 13 Reg. MD42 Hull 0 - 1 Middlesbrough +287 +102
Fri 19 Reg. MD43 Hull 2 - 3 West Bromwich +335 -120
Mon 22 Reg. MD44 Sheffield United 3 - 0 Hull +104 +272
Sat 27 Reg. MD45 Hull 2 - 2 Swansea +594 -200
May 2019 (1)
Sun 5 Reg. MD46 Bristol C. 1 - 1 Hull +140 +200

What Are The Current Hull Standings

Hull should at least make the Championship playoffs. The big question is whether they’ll be able to grind out results when needed, especially on the road. 

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# team pts P W D L GF GA +/-
1 Norwich Norwich 94 46 27 13 6 93 57 36
2 Sheffield United Sheffield United 89 46 26 11 9 78 41 37
3 Leeds Leeds 83 46 25 8 13 73 50 23
4 West Bromwich West Bromwich 80 46 23 11 12 87 62 25
5 Aston Villa Aston Villa 76 46 20 16 10 82 61 21
6 Derby Derby 74 46 20 14 12 69 54 15
7 Middlesbrough Middlesbrough 73 46 20 13 13 49 41 8
8 Bristol C. Bristol C. 70 46 19 13 14 59 53 6
9 Nottingham Nottingham 66 46 17 15 14 61 54 7
10 Swansea Swansea 65 46 18 11 17 65 62 3
11 Brentford Brentford 64 46 17 13 16 73 59 14
12 Sheffield Wednesday Sheffield Wednesday 64 46 16 16 14 60 62 -2
13 Hull Hull 62 46 17 11 18 66 68 -2
14 Preston Preston 61 46 16 13 17 67 67 0
15 Blackburn Blackburn 60 46 16 12 18 64 69 -5
16 Stoke Stoke 55 46 11 22 13 45 52 -7
17 Birmingham Birmingham 52 46 14 19 13 64 58 6
18 Wigan Wigan 52 46 13 13 20 51 64 -13
19 QPR QPR 51 46 14 9 23 53 71 -18
20 Reading Reading 47 46 10 17 19 49 66 -17
21 Millwall Millwall 44 46 10 14 22 48 64 -16
22 Rotherham Rotherham 40 46 8 16 22 52 83 -31
23 Bolton Bolton 32 46 8 8 30 29 78 -49
24 Ipswich Ipswich 31 46 5 16 25 36 77 -41

Hull Online Betting Tips

Sportsbooks predicted Hull’s demise from the Premier League before the season started. Most sportsbooks pegged them as the -139 favorites to be relegated to the Championship. The Tigers didn’t disappoint. 

The ownership group should take most of the blame for Hull’s disappointing season. They started the season in turmoil, losing Harry Redknapp, their venerated manager dut to the ownership’s handling of promotion. They refused to spend the money needed to entice Premier League caliber talent. Starting the season short of players and confidence, Hull were on the backfoot from the onset. 

They had too much ground to make up in the second half of the season, all but guaranteeing their inevitable drop. Marco Silva, Hull’s newly appointed manager, almost pulled off a miracle but fell just short of their ultimate goal to stay in the Premier League. 

What’s to blame for Hull’s relegation? Their away form. Hull performed admirably at home, especially under Silva’s leadership. However, they were unable to transfer their home confidence in hostile territory. Hull were the worst team in the league on their travels, gaining a destitute six points all season, or one win in 19 matches. 

That’s a recipe for disaster. Will they be able to gain promotion straight away? It’s tough to say, especially considering how physically demanding the Championship is. This team have a lot of experience in gaining promotion, so they are equipped to make a go of it. Expect them to at least make the playoffs. From there, who knows what will happen. 

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